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Top News: Crime

Spying app creator arrested

Hammad Akbar, 31, the CEO of a mobile spyware maker, was arrested over the weekend. He is being accused of illegally marketing an app that monitors mobile phone activity.

$100,000 reward offered for arrest, conviction of AK-47 Bandit

Los Angeles - The FBI is asking the public for help in solving a string of bank robberies by the "AK-47 Bandit," offering a $100,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the serial robber.

Missouri cops look for suspects in officer shootings in Ferguson

Ferguson - Missouri law enforcement officers in the St. Louis suburb where deep racial schisms were exposed last month are continuing to look for suspects in two separate shootings involving police.

Police: Man wanted in trooper shooting planned attack for years Special

East Stroudsburg - Pennsylvania state police said Friday that a search of Eric Frein's computer supports their conclusion that Frein had extensively planned the shooting of two Pennsylvania state troopers, that left one dead and another seriously wounded on Sept. 12.

Rifle used by America's first mass shooter is now for sale

One of the firearms used by Charles Whitman in his infamous 1966 shootings at the University of Texas is now up for sale. The price, however, might surprise you.

Police chief's daughter among trio charged in gay bashing attack

Philadelphia - Three people who stand accused of brutally attacking a gay couple in downtown Philadelphia have turned themselves in and were arraigned last Wednesday on charges of aggravated assault, The Washington Post reports.

UPDATE:Kidnapping Suspect arrested in Hannah Graham disappearance

Charlottesville - Law enforcement officials in Virginia are confirming they have the suspect they believe is responsible for abducting a University of Virginia student in custody.

Den of deadly venomous snakes seized in Florida home

West Palm Beach - Responding to a complaint from a neighbor, police in West Palm Beach Florida, found themselves in a home that was a virtual den of snakes. They also found the owner of said snakes, who seemed to have trouble keeping his story straight.

Three guilty in Salmonella peanut butter case

Albany - A jury has convicted a former peanut company owner, and two other executives, of conspiracy and fraud in a case stemming from a deadly Salmonella outbreak almost six years ago.

Accused cop killer said to be wearing diapers to elude police Special

East Stroudsburg - As the search for fugitive Eric Frein wanted in the slaying of one Pennsylvania state trooper and the shooting of another enters its 12th day, police say he has been spotted several times in the heavily wooded area near his home.

Video: NYPD cops slam pregnant woman to the ground

New York - The New York Police Department's internal affairs division is investigating officers who were caught on video slamming a visibly pregnant woman belly-first to the ground.

Suspect arrested in disappearance of UVA student Hannah Graham

Charlottesville - The man accused of abducting UVA Sophomore Hannah Graham in Charlottesville, Va. has been arrested in Galveston, Texas tonight. Jesse Leroy Matthew, Jr., 32, of Albemarle County, is facing a felony charge of abduction with intent to defile, among others.

Man burgles friend's house hours after he dies in car accident

Zaragoza - A man has been arrested in ValareƱa, Zaragoza after allegedly breaking into and robbing the home of a friend, only hours after he and two others died in a serious car crash.

Text messages from Walmart prompt man to confess to 1997 murder

Bullhead City - Thanks to the strange combination of Walmart and a man's paranoia, a murder that occurred in 1997 has now been solved. Matthew Gibson, 55, of North Carolina, embarked on a long, frantic drive all the way to Arizona, in order to confess to the murder.

Romanian Communist-era prison boss's trial set to start

Bucharest - A trial that some have dubbed the "Romanian Nuremberg" opens Wednesday in Bucharest, with the head of a brutal communist-era labour camp, known as the "prison of silence," charged with crimes against humanity.

Seattle Prosecutor drops seven month's worth of marijuana tickets

Seattle - Almost 100 people have had tickets for marijuana possession dismissed after the prosecutor discovered most of them were written by one officer who happens to disagree with voters over legalized marijuana.

Three dead, including shooter at UPS facility in Alabama

Birmingham - Three people were killed Tuesday morning, including the suspected gunman, in a shooting incident at a warehouse next to the UPS offices at 4601 Inglenook Lane, Birmingham, Alabama.

Puppy rapist sentenced to 5 years in jail

Daytona Beach - On Friday, James Guy Bull, 62, was convicted of fondling and raping his eight-month-old puppy. He will now spend five years in a Florida prison.

Troopers in tense manhunt for man charged in killing a trooper

Wilkes Barre - A little after 7:30 p.m. tonight troopers, local police, FBI agents and several SWAT Teams converged in an area close to the suspect's house. At one point SWAT teams had a house surrounded for several moments until it was determined Frein wasn't there.
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